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Chiara's Journey

HuffPost's Talk To Me Series

from Chiara's Journey

Motherhood, special needs, wellness, yoga and spirituality. Life after childhood stroke. Raw and real insights.


Chiara's Journey

Speaking Your Truth

from Chiara's Journey

Motherhood, special needs, wellness, yoga and spirituality. Life after childhood stroke. Raw and real insights.


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Life Just Got Zippier!

from The Bumpiest Path

Twitter: @thebumpiestpath

A mum blogging about her daily adventures in a family with nine kids, dogs, a pony and a goat, where some of the children have special needs and some are fostered.


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First destination – Prague

from A Few More Steps

Twitter: @orli_hidai

A blog about life, family & parenting on the road- after 3 relocations now living in Berlin, & raising a child with Asperger & albinism.


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Dear Anonymous

from Pearls and Jules of Wisdom

I'm a mom of three sons--two have different types of Autism. Some daya I laugh, other days I laugh harder.


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Lights, camera, action it's time for social skills.

from Extreme Parenting 18

Follow us as we deal with special needs, homeschool and have fun with our mega sized family formed through birth and adoption.


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Humiliating hospital horrors

from Talking shite

Sharing my experiences of having a child with ‘dysfunctional voiding syndrome'. Or, in layman's terms, a child who wees and poos themselves.


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The Hangover Effect

from Family Life and Autism

I'm a fulltime mummy of two little mini-beasts. Here I share a small insight into our crazy family life and autism.


My Son Isaac

Can Judaism play a role in Isaac's life?

from My Son Isaac; A Dad's Perspective

Twitter: @copyiswritten

Matt Davis blogs about his five-year-old son's autism. He's a parent patron of Ambitious About Autism. Isaac was diagnosed with high-functioning autism just after his third birthday.


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A promise to my autistic daughter

from Stories About Autism

Telling stories, from a dad's point of view, about what life is like raising two boys with autism